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CSPAN
Nov 17, 2012 8:00pm EST
and we distribute our finalist today including dave eggers. >> what are some of the imprints that come under perseus? >> basic books which is not for history and science and books that make you think and public affairs which is not for politics and current events. this would be two examples. >> david steinberger is chair of the national book foundation and head of the perseus group. we appreciate your time this evening at the national book awards. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] we continue our live coverage from the 63rd annual national book awards here in new york city. this is one of the nominated books, "the boy kings of texas," mmr, domingo martinez is the other. mr. martinez joins us here on the red carpet. if you would, this is a story, this is your story. is that correct? >> is primarily my story but also the story of my family. i go back one generation more and discuss my grandmother's mythology and how she came over to america and how ultimately it was her coming cross from mexico into america that spawned this fantastic first-generation american story or
KCSMMHZ
Nov 29, 2012 6:00am PST
into the philippines, but we will not stamp the passport which has this imprint. we will instead stamp a separate application, visa application. >> reporter: the redesign is sparking backlash in other countries. vietnam has been taking similar steps as the philippines, and india is also taking countermeasures. >> translator: don't read too much into the new design. we'll discuss this matter with related countries so people can cross borders freely. >> reporter: but for the philippines and other countries, it's difficult not to see the change as a sign of china's true intentions, especially as the country is making moves to assert control over the south china sea. china's state-run xinhua news agency reports that hainan province in southern china has stopped customers in the region unless they have permission. in july, china formed a new administrative body that governs the disputed islands in the south china sea. hainan's new ordinance underpins the central government's hard-line strategy. china's top leadership changed hands this month, and the new regime is showing no sign of easing its tough s
ABC
Nov 12, 2012 11:35pm PST
for pop music, left a lasting imprint on generations of performers, but despite the late singer's unparalleled talent, jackson's legacy was tarnished by addiction, his loneliness, the ultimate scandal, and now a revealing new book is shedding fresh light on his private struggles, so here's abc's nick watt. ♪ thriller >> there hasn't been anyone that famous in a single moment as he was during "thriller" time. i think that was probably the peak of celebrity for a human being. >> reporter: randall sullivan, the highly acclaimed journalist, spent three years getting behind the mask of the most celebrated entertainer our world has ever known. it's a tale of family, fame, lost childhood and startling accusations that you won't have heard before. the portrait of a prescription drug addict who could spend $250,000 on a shopping spree without thinking. >> the shopping, like the drugs, were -- was a painkiller for him. >> reporter: apparently michael jackson would call business partners and ask them to bring around bags of cash. >> in one case that's a phone call asking for 7.5 million.
FOX
Nov 15, 2012 6:00pm PST
. the imprint didn't go all the way through. >> it is only right where they cut the tree. >> reporter: the gm says the display is offering comfort to many others. he is not surprised. he teaches about the virgin mary. >> god manifests his presence in all different kinds of ways. this is a naturally occurring mark. >> makes a believer out of everybody. >> reporter: even those with wavering faith. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we have been talking about it, rain is on the way. we will check in with our chief meteorologist bill martin on when it is supposed to get here. >> next 48 hours, and beyond. get ready for slower commuters. drizzle off shore at this hour. 23 miles from san francisco and from you in concord, 54 miles. it is still out there. it does get here late tonight, drizzle before then, showers late tonight, tomorrow morning. that has a big impact on the morning commute. friday. afternoon commute too. storm one warm, storm two cold. this gets here friday. this gets here saturday. they will pack rain. neither is giant. but combined we could see a couple inches of rain. here
SFGTV2
Nov 10, 2012 4:00pm PST
really lies and it gives me solace to know that his sons will see him imprint in san francisco every time they walk down the street. let's all look up and remember him this way. thank you. [applause] >> we get to meet milton's niece zoey marks. >> i was think about the past 19 years with my uncle milton in preparation for writing this piece but i was really stumped. how could i encapsulate such a generous relationship i had with my uncle in five minutes? as a last resort i went to facebook and the refuge for all bored teenagers especially late at night. turns out there was a wealth of communication between my uncle. and my topic and i was going to write about the wonderful similarities between milton and me and the first similarity is obvious. both of us were incapable of sleeping at a normal hour, night owls. i would have on my news feed and my cat box will open and one of the humorious remarks would come on the screen and i would just giggle and this leads to the next similarity and that being a beautiful dry whit, and whole some ability at laughing at laugh and the
SFGTV2
Nov 12, 2012 10:30pm PST
imprint in san francisco every time they walk down the street. let's all look up and remember him this way. thank you. [applause] >> we get to meet milton's niece zoey marks.
CSPAN
Nov 24, 2012 8:00am EST
the picture, right? they dominate professions that we've a very large cultural imprint in this great country profession like journalism, the arts, academia, the music industry, america's fastest growing band of entertainers, sec this l.a. acrobats. who are these people who call themselves liberals? how does such a small tiny group leave such a big impact on our culture and lives? what motivates them? i am in an excellent position to answer these deep questions because i have been watching liberals closely for over 30 years. i have studied liberal like jane goodall studies her chimps. in their natural habitat. and without judgment. in silence mostly because we barely speak the same language. i have been tireless in my research. i have lived with liberal that broke bread with a net humid and tease them and prodded them and imitated them and even loved some of them because some of my best friend the liberals. summary and members of my own family. my commitment to understanding liberal sometimes worried my good deer conservative friends with some even questioned my mental health. but i read the
FOX Business
Nov 15, 2012 9:00pm EST
through 24 bob luddy. >> fabled look to put to the progressive imprint on the lot of the land. john: do you run a business or create jobs? mcchrystal ball says the next four years may drown you. john: look at the depressing turner to it shows what happens to employment hiring recovered after two years. the current recovery is much slower. why? employers face thousands of pages of rules that makes it scary to expand because no one understands what those say. betsy mccaughey has heard those complaints following the biggest regulation of obamacare. bob luddy makes these. actually bigger and fancier with ventilation systems like restaurants use to take away bad smells. >> we are making money and expanding but in this a retirement it is difficult because of human resources rules that don't make sense with those regulations coming into the marketplace the department of energy wants to regulate motors over five hp. john: they want to regulate to make them more energy efficient? to carry out part one, whenever that is to conserve the energy resources of the nation? you just want to make money.
FOX Business
Nov 17, 2012 9:00pm EST
. >> fabled lo to put to the progressive imprint on the lot of the land. john: do you run a business or create jobs? mcchrystal ball says the mcchrystal ball says the next four years look, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphyma. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include dry uth and constipation. nothing can reverse copd spiriva helps me breathe better. (blow
FOX Business
Nov 20, 2012 7:00pm EST
to the ongoing violence. telling fox news that clinton is not there to put her imprint on an already agreed to cease fire but they're for diplomacy. eight top hamas official echoing those remarks telling reuters that israel has yet to even respond to proposals and that any deal must wait until tomorrow. clinton landed jerusalem a few hours ago ahead of a meeting with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. >> in the days ahead the united states we will work with our partners here in israel and across the region bolstering security for the people of israel. conditions for the people of gaza. and move toward a comprehensive peace for all people of the region. lou: the secretary of state travels to the west bank for 9:00 a.m. meeting with president mahmoud a boss. the elected political party in the gaza -- a power broker. they still considered a terrorist organization. clinton then departs from cairo to meet with egyptian president allegedly trying to broker a deal between israel and hamas, more than likely looking to preserve billions of dollars in u.s. aid to is nation. president obama has reques
FOX News
Nov 18, 2012 10:00pm PST
's will be an activist court. they'll look for ways to put the progressive im imprint on the lw of the land. >> john: bad news, thank you, from judge napolitano. up next, do you run a business, create jobs? myco crystal ball says the next four years may drown you. mcchrystal ball says the next four years what makes the sleep number sre different? you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. we have so much technology in our store to really show the customers what's going on with their bodies. you can see a little more pressure in the shoulders and in the hips. ... now you can feel what happens as we raise your sleep number settingnd allow the bed to contour to your individual shape. oh, wow. that feels really good. at sleep number we've created a collection of innovations dedicated to individualizing your comfort. the sleep number collection, designed around the innovative sleep number bed - a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the exact comfort your body needs. each of your bodies. so whatever you feel like, sleep number's going to provide it for you. dur
CBS
Nov 23, 2012 5:30pm PST
literally standing on the evidence. and this picture from the bloody crime scene reveals the imprint of the killer's shoe-- an image that raises a troubling question. >> so he's leaving blood all over the place but there's no blood on deluna's shoes. >> reporter: liebman also found witnesses who suspected hernandez was the real killer. his former girlfriend, mary margaret tapia, recognized the murder weapon. >> this is carlos hernandez's knife. >> reporter: then there's janie adrian, one of the friends who heard hernandez boast about the killing. >> what did he say about wanda lopez? >> that he had stabbed her. >> we believe that texas executed an innocent man. >> reporter: you're 100% certain or 99% certain. >> we're certain beyond a reasonable doubt. >> reporter: d.n.a. evidence that might provide that final 1% has been lost. the lead prosecutor told cbs news he stands by deluna's conviction claiming liebman selectively picked through the evidence to back his claim of deluna's innocence. rose rhoton disagrees. >> i need someone to say, hey, you know what? we executed the wrong pers
SFGTV2
Nov 8, 2012 7:00pm PST
difficult, as you would understand, made me a target and that imprint stayed with me for many years and guided me in a very dysfunctional angry self-loathing kind of way as many children do. today, 160,000 kids are not in public school because they are afraid of what someone might say or do to them. so that lives in me and like some of you and your own stories, i was fortunate enough to use it to become a teacher, a principal, and assistant superintendent of public schools and now a nonprofit director whose single mission is to do what we're doing to make sure kids go to school where they feel safe and included. one of my personal stories of value, it helps to connect us because, i don't want to speak in cliche, but it's harder it -- to hate somebody when you know their story. common ground doesn't necessarily make us best friends but we start to thread community and we find acceptance for differences and compassion. today isn't about me, today is about do we have the courage it leave here today and not just say it was an interesting day, that each of us in this room is going to b
CW
Nov 7, 2012 9:00pm CST
imprint on presidential history here, will the t partiers will they say my job is to make him a one-term president will he do that even though there appears to be a melting at the moment? >> mr. mcconnell obviously failed in making him a one-term president now he faces reelection two years from now in 2014 and he is afraid of palm... he will have more pressure to be more conservative now but at the same time he is the republican leader he has to produce something some of the t partiers are not going back like joe walsh in the house and others are really at a point where these people ask what are you doing down there? i think we're going to see some changes. to think things may change >> he was harking back to his lovely days of no rights states no blue states we knew that wasn't true when he said it bought it sounds good he is aspiring once again and he can be very inspiring. he needs people to watch his back i think. with the election over wall street today the dow jones industrial average 313 points we are left wondering how the president is going to negotiate the biggest issue
Current
Nov 7, 2012 5:00pm PST
left no imprint. everyone will stop talking about him and he'll be forgotten. >> you're right. but paul ryan is in the house. he won the seat, he won it more narrowly than he usually wins it, but he did win it. his image and his standing among his colleagues, maybe not to you and me, but for his colleagues his standing will be burnish ed. most senators, they don't fear any backlash from democrats from moderate republicans. the only backlash they fear is from their right. am i going to get a primary from my right. that's what is going to dictate how they behave, and that's going to dictate how hard a bargain they drive. i think they're going to drive a pretty hard bargain.
NBC
Nov 16, 2012 9:00am EST
style that michael imprinted, his style, and that was the beginning of the bad, you know, metal look. >> bad to dangerous, of course. >> this is -- it's got like the bullets on the belt, what's going on there? >> carried the theme of the album, dangerous, and then, again, the military designer coat, a lot of military belts in europe had bullets on their belt so we just did a plastic version of it. >> this belt. this belt actually has bullets in it. >> yes. well, this is -- it's prop bullets from hollywood. >> oh. >> he wore this in the super bowl halftime 1993 so this was sort of in conjunction with this jacket. this is the touring jacket for dangerous tour. they couldn't tour with the belt so they have the plastic one here. >> and he was a pretty good artist, too, wasn't he? >> yes. then again, like that multi-level of showmanship, and the best thing was to watch him sit in a hotel room and draw on a sheet next to him with a sharpie. >> the walls, mirrors, anything was a canvas for him to be artistic on. >> 20th anniversary appearance when he did that amazing dance and the glove. te
CSPAN
Nov 24, 2012 4:45pm EST
'. socrates -- he was wrong. he said something that was indelibly imprinted in my mind when i saw his face, that he feared the permanent seeming nature of print would give the illusion of truth and create no ambition in the young biondi superfluity of knowledge. is that superficial reading the new threat that we face as an species? as the next generation of readers? will let in fact show -- short circuit the brain? there is no question it will save -- change it. my question is i go into proust's to answer it and there's no answer yet. like nicholas negroponte we don't have answers the we have a moment in which we must pause to think about what we want to preserve as we have the advantage of digital reading and all its context. .. >> i believe that our children who are becoming continuing partial attention that they spend as they read, there is a danger in this from the medium propensity and it makes more and more superficial readers. my real question is how can we create great readers? how can we use all of our intelligence to do expert reading as we move to the advantages. i thank you ver
CSPAN
Nov 25, 2012 9:30am EST
said something that was indelibly imprinted in my mind when i saw him say that he feared that the permanent seeming nature of print would give the illusion of truth and create no ambition in the young beyond the superflutie of knowledge. is that superficial reading the new threat that we face as a species, as the next generation of readers? will it, in fact, short circuit the brain? there's no question it will change it. so my question, i go actually into proof to answer it. and there's no answer yet. like nicholas, we don't have answers. but we have a moment in which i believe absolutely we must pause to think about what we want to preserve as we add the advantages of digital reading in all its many contexts. proost said something in a book that no one reads. [laughter] and the book is called on reading. have you read it? [laughter] even should read this book. it's extraordinary. but one of the passages that is most memorable for me is he talks about more than any neuroscientist or educator, what is at the heart of reading? we feel quite truly that our wisdom begins with
MSNBC
Nov 30, 2012 6:00am PST
shuffle off to the side? >> it really seems that way. one of the more amazing things is the imprint he had on the republican party, its ideas, seem so little right now particularly just weeks after the presidential election. you can make the argument even john mccain who lost decisively in 2008, all the republicans and the tea party people who are demanding an end to earmarks, there was john mccain, and very little -- one of the calls mitt romney ended up having that republicans are still having today. >> the one i can think of is a possibility of capping the deductions people can take. that's something he proposed late. it seems like republicans want to forget very quickly what happened. but we will not forget yet because there is some level still we're three and a half weeks from the election, some level of postmortem. a lead strategist for romney wrote an op-ed in "the washington post" earlier this week calling romney's campaign that he did the right thing. he ran the right campaign. he was the right man for the right time. that his campaign became a national movement. those are his wor
MSNBC
Nov 19, 2012 6:00am PST
of this is the path forward and yet if he wants to have a national imprint, what does he do next? you followed him for a lot of time. what is your sense? did paul ryan on fiscal cliff, on debt spending, on entitlements, evolve as the campaign went on? is the paul ryan we are going to see, chairman of the house budget committee from now until the end of the year, different than the paul ryan the day before he was picked as vp? >> what i'm struck by the most since the election has wrapped up is how much he stayed the same prior to the election and now. look at the position that he took in the internal house leadership race last week. he backed a candidate that a lot of the house republican leadership was against. and, you know, that was him planting his flag and saying he's going to be the one who is this voice for a lot of conservatives on the hill. i think when it comes to the fiscal cliff you will see him take a similar stance there and whether that's him paving the way perhaps or just him sort of doing what he feels is the role that he has set out for himself to do on the hill. >> i always say i
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2012 12:00pm PST
debate. the idea here is that you microstamp, imprint a number on the inside of a shell casing. if a gun is use toss perpetrate the crime, you can trace it back to the gun. that only works if you have a law-abiding criminal who registers his handgun. gives an actual home address and a real name and a driver's license and is sitting at his house waiting to be arrested. that's generally not how criminals act. so what kinds of real solutions can we get to with gun control advocates that can actually address gun crime in a meaningful way and not punish law-abiding gun owners? >> one way is to tighten the loophole that exists now where if you buy a gun from a gun dealer, your name has to go through a federal background check system. if you're a drug addict or a criminal or something, you can't buy one. but you can buy guns from private sellers. >> agagun shows. >> not just gun shows but any private sale. that's 40% of all sales that's a lot of guns. the other is to crack down on strawmen. straw purchases. people who buy guns for other people who don't qualify. often they're criminals. the pol
CNBC
Nov 1, 2012 1:00pm EDT
. and that will leave imprint on activity for a bit to come. first there is destruction and deferral. there's destruction of some demand. if you can't go out and spend, you're not going to be able to spend if you lost some income, you're not being able to spend. there will be, however, some deferred spending. if you had decided to buy a refrigerator, then you didn't buy it this week, you'll buy it next week, or the week after. that will get captured within the quarter and then after this quarter we'll see the rebuilding efforts to try to recapture some of that lost capital. zplul's see some spending on replacements such as for lumber, automobiles and so forth. steve leisman joins us, vince. >> you know, tyler, one thing you talked about was stabilization. i wanted to ask vince about that. vince, numbers today were better than expected. not tremendously better than expected. even if they were a lot better than expected, they wouldn't be that high. how important is it that the economy seems to be sort of in a -- at least improving from the summer swoon going into this event? >> that's importa
CNN
Nov 13, 2012 11:00am PST
in capital cases, it pretty much mirrors the british system, somewhat an imprint of our own. there's talk about the corruption issue there, whether it is perceived, real, imagined. there's some discussion about that. as you know, ted, the american bar association also did a review of that system in belize in 2011 and let's say the report they produced, the aba, american bar association, was wanting in terms of the system and its fairness and equity in it in several respects. so would it be fair? it remains to be seen. he's on the run now, that we know. >> absolutely. joey jackson, thank you. >>> up next. news on the condition of congressman jesse jackson junior. stay here. [ forsythe ] we don't just come up here for the view up in alaska. it's the cleanest, clearest water. we find the best, sweetest crab for red lobster that we can find. [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's crabfest! the only time of year you can savor 5 succulent crab entrees, all under 20 dollars. like a half-pound of tender snow crab paired with savory grilled shrimp, just 12.99. or our hearty crab and roasted
FOX News
Nov 22, 2012 9:00am PST
around. >> wildlife experts say this is unusual, but it's possible that this turkey started it imprinted with humans as a hatchling or maybe just identifies more with people. >> he is a very gray bird. when we come back, mammograms could actually misdiagnose about a million women. doctors are here with the take. and are you looking for the perfect christmas tree? check this one out. it is solid gold, and wait until you hear the price tag. . bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. >> we told you earlier about this pile up. each herbal chain reaction taking place in jefferson county, texas, on thanksgiving day. it is now growing in size. more than 80 people are injured right now. 140 different vehicles involved, and you can see what looks like a tractor-trailer semi and a kind of a band that people would use to travel around. it shut down the entire interstate. it started around 8:00 o'clock this morning. it is just getting w
ABC
Nov 23, 2012 1:40am PST
" is your next category. biting gold coins and checking for tooth imprints was an old way to verify their authenticity due to the metal's high degree of what? >> well, if bite into it and leaves tooth marks it should be malleable. so i'm gonna say "c," final answer. >> that's right. you got that one right away. all right, let's make up for that last jump. how much money is behind this question? >> all right. >> $7,000. $7,100. 11 away from a million. "old friends" is the category. even though you might use email today, you can still get paired up with a friend and exchange letters as a what? >> i remember having one in elementary school. pretty sure it's "b," final answer. >> i had one too. that's right, pen pal. let's put some more money in your bank. how much is behind this question? $5,000. >> all right. >> up to $12,100. 10 away from a million. "first touch" is your next category. before atms and iphones, england's e.a. johnson developed touch screen technology in the 1960s to be used by whom? >> i've never heard of england-- of e.a. johnson. a lot of them make sense. i'm actual
CSPAN
Nov 27, 2012 11:00pm EST
were younger. your brain imprints that way. it's like music. look, to be quite blunt, i'd first like to make sure they can speak english and write in it because too many of our kids can't do that. but one question is whether there is some way to spread the task, a few well, some of the things our kids need to learn. we may not be able to do everything in the school day in the schools. i've been very active with the boys and girls club and betsy mentions that we started something called the center for a new generation in palo alto park in redwood city. it's a high-quality computer intensive afterschool and summer program for kids three hours after school. and did they get languages and did they get instrumental music and some of the things that maybe can't be fit into the school day because i saw reminded me, where the shortest learning day and the shortest learning here in the developed world. i doubt were going to be off to extend the learning day in most places. perhaps finding other alternatives -- i learned to speak french, but he actually learned it at age nine. but not in the s
CSPAN
Nov 4, 2012 12:00pm EST
from my earlier books which were actually at the smithsonian imprint which is published by harpercollins. that editor left and went to high. so i eventually follow along with her as well. >> host: and damian francis tweets and, how would you describe your writing process? >> guest: i don't really think about it. the great sports writer for the new york times said writing is easy. i sit down and open up the faint . my process, as i approach a new book from start to finish is at time of intense research where i formulate the overall picture of the book, will present. obviously when we are talking about a book like don't know much about the president's, it is fairly circumscribed with the book will be. i will tell why the presidency exists, the history of the office, go through each of the 43 men who have held the office, and then it concludes with the section about where we're going from here, we do with the president's specifically, and the process is really driven by the questions that i have and that i think many people have. and sometimes those questions lead to more q
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